Whether you’re playing in the big game, or cheering in the crowd, knowing what to do when faced with an injury can keep you in the action and off of the bench.
A new paper published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine proposes a new way to tackle the problem of misdiagnosis in hospitals.
In a new video, Dr. Neil Henderson, Executive Director of the Memory Keepers Medical Discovery Team, talks about the team's new community space in Duluth and how its design fosters interdisciplinary collaboration and community engagement.
We caught up with Elmaghraby to get the full story on the position, her candidacy, and the issues that matter to her as a potential APA board trustee.
Smokers who are interested in quitting, 18+ years-old, generally healthy, who use marijuana regularly are wanted for a research study that investigates stress, marijuana use, and smoking relapse.
Regional Duluth Campus Dean, Dr. Paula Termuhlen and Dr. Ruth Westra of the Department of Family Medicine and Biobehavioral Health, authors this article on precision medicine in rural Minnesota, and what it looks like today.
The National Library of Medicine made a historic visit to the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus to address access to patient healthcare resources for rural and Native American communities.
A new study published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine shows how chemotherapy, radiation and targeted therapy could be inadvertently contributing to the recurrence of some cancers.
Assistant Professor, Sarah Beehler, Ph.D. has been awarded a three-year grant from the VA Office of Rural Health. Beehler who is a co-investigator on the project will focus on the Rural Veterans Suicide Prevention Program.
Assistant Professor, Jennifer Pearson, MD publishes an article featured in Birth Journal, examining patient choices and perspectives from two rural northern Minnesota communities who lost their local obstetrical services in July 2015.